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MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto
MERCEDES-BENZ CLA CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto

172875433 241.22 150
£2894.64 Ex VAT (12 Months Upfront) | 36 Month Contract | 5000 k Miles P/A

MERCEDES-BENZ CLA
CLA 250e AMG Line Premium 5dr Tip Auto

Estate | 5 Doors | Petrol PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

£241.22

Per Month Ex VAT
Initial Payment
£2894.64 (12 Months Upfront)
Contract Length: 36 Months
Annual Mileage: 5000
Document Fee: £150.00
Average Monthly Cost: £319.09

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Price History

Rating Breakdown

Performance
7
10
Handling
7
10
Comfort
7
10
Space
5
10
Style
8
10
Build
8
10
Value
6
10
Equipment
8
10
Economy
8
10
Depreciation
6
10
Insurance
6
10
Total
69
100

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Vehicle Review

Mercedes-Benz certainly hasn't played safe with this second generation CLA Shooting Brake, giving it the sort of bold, exciting styling that characterises its four-door Coupe stablemate. Look a little closer and you'll realise that the slinky roofline is a clever slight of hand from the stylists and there's real practicality on offer.

Like its predecessor, this second generation CLA Shooting Brake aims to offer a stylised interpretation of what a small estate should be. The original version was launched back in 2015 to sell alongside the stylised four-door coupe CLA; this MK2 model arrived in the Summer of 2019 and delivers a high-tech cabin that Mercedes reckon takes screen and infotainment technology to the next level. It gets a slightly bigger boot too.

Mercedes markets this car as a 'sporty' alternative to its more conventional C-Class Estate. The CLA Shooting Brake's sporty styling leads you to expect that. Though this car shares its chassis, steering and braking architecture with A and B-Class models, it does get its own suspension set-up, with various changes made to improve comfort and make it a bit less crashy over poorer surfaces. There's torque vectoring to help with the handling and 'Direct Steering' to sharpen things up at the helm. The range kicks off with CLA 180 and CLA 200 variants that both use a 1.3-litre petrol engine co-developed with Renault and are respectively capable of producing either 136hp and 200Nm of torque or 163hp and 250Nm. There's also a plug-in hybrid, the CLA 250e, which uses a 1.33-litre engine mated to a 15.6kWh battery with a system output of 218hp and an all-electric driving range of up to 49 miles (NEDC). Beyond that lies another petrol-powered front-driven variant, the CLA 250, which uses a 2.0-litre engine and can generate 224hp and 350Nm. You can also talk to your dealer about a 190hp diesel-powered CLA 220d variant. All petrol models use a 7G-DCT seven-speed automatic transmission (it's an 8-speeder in the diesel). There are also two high performance Mercedes-AMG 2.0-litre turbo petrol models, the CLA 35 4MATIC (with 306hp) and the top CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ (with 421hp).

Mercedes says that the CLA Shooting Brake is 'a designer car', referring to its elegant proportions: a long bonnet, coupe-like window lines, muscular shoulders over the rear wheel arch and a supplely crouched rear, which is intended to show sports car genes. The outline of the frameless windows is identical to the outline of the Coupe's up to the B-pillar. This MK2 model is 48mm longer than the original, plus it's 53mm wider but 2mm lower. The flat headlamps, the low-slung bonnet and the diamond radiator grille with the central star mark the typical Mercedes-Benz sports car look. The interior of the passenger compartment is identical to that of the Coupe. Both CLAs offer unique cabin architecture, primarily thanks to their avant-garde instrument panel: the widescreen display is completely free-standing with no hood on the wing-shaped main body of the instrument panel. This stretches continuously from one front door to the other. At 871 millimetres, the boot opening is significantly wider than in the previous model and the luggage area is 10-litres bigger, measuring in at 505-litres.

The CLA is a key model for Mercedes. Bluntly put, it's a car that appeals to customers who'd never normally think of buying from the brand. They might feel that 'typical' Benzes are too staid and conservative, but the CLA is cut from some pretty funky cloth and the Shooting Brake is anything but traditional Stuttgart tackle. The engineering beneath the car is hard to fault, the equipment you get is impressive, the pricing looks on the button but that styling? Whether you warm to the CLA Shooting Brake in this second generation form is clearly going to depend on whether you agree with Mercedes that it delivers "a contemporary interpretation of sensual purity" or whether you think it's just too odd for words. We like it here. Your opinion may vary.
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£319.09 Av. Monthly Cost (Including Initial Payment)
Initial Payment: £2894.64 Ex VAT ( months upfront)
Document Fee: £150.00 (Charged by the leasing company)
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